Craig Macdonald has recently founded Corporate Strategies Search, an executive search and human resources consulting services.
Scott Bedbury, marketing guru and author of “A New Brand World,” will keynote the Bellevue Chamber Eastside Business Awards luncheon on May 15. Bedbury has developed some of the world’s most popular and dynamic brands, helping make “Just Do It” part of the global lexicon and tall lattes a part of everyday life for millions.
When Amie Brenner and husband, Kevin, decided to go to Hawaii last year, their biggest fear was how they would manage all the luggage through the airport – along with their three little ones.
Len’s Automotive in Bellevue has won the AAA Top Shop award, which evaluates the quality of repair work, courtesy of employees, and the shop cleanliness of each AAA Approved Auto Repair facility in Washington and northern Idaho.
Safeway will use funds raised in April for a campaign focusing on people with disabilities. Through a partnership with Easter Seals and Special Olympics, the company said it will raise millions of dollars this year to fund critical regional rehabilitation services and autism programs, provide job training grants, and adopt athletes so they can participate in Special Olympics games throughout the country.
The Washington Association of Realtors has endorsed Dino Rossi for governor. The endorsement follows interviews of both Rossi and Gov. Chris Gregoire by a 17-member statewide candidate interview team.
Cary Kopczynski, of Bellevue, received one of 25 Top Newsmakers Awards from Engineering News-Record (ENR) – McGraw-Hill Construction’s news magazine at an awards dinner April 3 in New York City. The event was attended by more than 1,400 construction industry leaders.
In the quest towards energy independence, the Zero Energy Idea House is on the right path – the green path. The innovative demonstration project will be built on Lake Sammamish Parkway in Bellevue by Issaquah-based Shirey Contracting.
Area businesses with exceptional recycling programs are encouraged to see how they rate against other businesses by participating in King County’s 2008 “Best Workplaces for Recycling” event.
Four Bellevue businesses were recognized for their high recycling levels. Each of the businesses recycles more than 70 percent of their waste, resulting in materials being processed as renewable resources instead of going to the regional landfill.
A Bellevue residence will be one of 15 homes featured in the 2008 Remodeled Kitchen + Bath Tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and April 27. Located at 143 129th Ave. N.E., the home’s kitchen was remodeled by J.A. Ratto Company of Bothell.
Three Bellevue businesses – Crossroads Appliances, Home Depot and Lowe’s – were recognized for contributing to the city’s water conservation goals by selling energy-efficient clothes washers.